Appetizers and Snacks

Lentil buns (egg and gluten free)

If you’re on the lookout for a bread alternative that’s both egg and gluten-free, you might want to try your hand at making buns out of red lentils. Yes, you heard that right—red lentils! Not only do these buns mimic the taste of regular bread, but they also pack a nutritious punch, making them an excellent choice for anyone with dietary restrictions or just looking to eat a bit healthier.
Red lentils, the star of the show, have been a staple in kitchens for centuries, with their use dating back to the times of the ancient Egyptians.

Pastries with meat filling & potatoes

Step into the world of comforting flavors with a recipe that marries the heartiness of meat with the humble potato, all wrapped in a soft, golden dough. This dish, a beautiful blend of simple ingredients coming together to create something truly special, is a nod to the age-old tradition of making the most out of pantry staples. The art of stuffing dough with a savory filling has roots in many cultures around the world, each version telling its own story of necessity, creativity, and communal dining.

Mini Taco Pies

These little guys are amazing for taking them away with you on a travel or just biting them at home while watching your favorite show and enjoying life. They combine two amazing properties that usually don’t go together. These Taco pies are very juicy and tender, but they also have a good rigid base that doesn’t make your hands very oily while eating

Homemade Traditional Korean Kimchi

No one can deny that Korean cuisine is delicious. The spicy side dish, Homemade Traditional Korean Kimchi, is among my favorites. It has a delightful acidic and peppery flavor and is prepared with a wide range of fermented vegetables such as Napa cabbage (also known as baechu), carrots, ginger, garlic, red bell peppers, red chile peppers, green scallions, rice flour, and sugar.

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